Death toll in Russian missile strike on Kharkiv region grows to three

Death toll in Russian missile strike on Kharkiv region grows to three

Law enforcers have launched an investigation into enemy missiles attack on Kharkiv region, as a result of which three people were killed.

The Prosecutor General's Office said this in a post on Telegram, Ukrinform reports.

Under the procedural guidance of the Chuhuiv, Kupiansk and Kharkiv District Prosecutors' Offices of Kharkiv region, pre-trial investigations into violations of the laws and customs of war (Article 438 of the Criminal Code of Ukraine) have been initiated.

According to the investigation, on December 29, around 14:10, the invaders launched a missile attack on a critical infrastructure facility in the Chuhuiv district. Two employees of the enterprise were killed, one more was injured. According to preliminary information, the enemy launched an Kh-101 cruise missile on the settlement from the territory of Belgorod region of the Russian Federation.

Around 13:00, the Russian military fired artillery at a private residential sector in Kupiansk, killing a local resident.

The village of Kotliary also came under enemy fire. There is damage on the territory of one of the enterprises.

As reported by Ukrinform, Russian missile strikes hit ten regions in Ukraine during a morning attack on December 29, damaging 28 different facilities and injuring five people.


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